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as you wish/like

formal
used to agree to a request, especially when you do not approve: "I think we should leave now." "Very well. As you wish."
Translations of “as you wish/like”
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指實施並不同意某人的要求時)悉隨尊便…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指实际并不同意某人的要求时)悉听尊便…
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